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A product launch with a twist

March saw Enovis™ International launch the second of two new OA knee braces this year.


DonJoy OA GO® is a unique semi-rigid knee brace for patients with mild to moderate osteoarthritis. It helps deliver comfortable pain relief and dynamic knee stability through a patented design, controlled with a simple twist of its dual BOA® dials.


“OA GO hits the sweet spot between functional offload and comfort,” said International Product Manager Arnaud Grandjean. “This will help patients to continue leading active and healthy lifestyles. Together with ROAM™ OA, which we introduced in January, OA GO redefines our DonJoy® OA Continuum of Care, helping to provide innovative treatment options for knee osteoarthritis of all grades of severity.”


Learn more about OA GO here!

BOA® is a registered trademark of BOA® Technology Inc.


It’s goodbye to knee pain and hello to ROAM™ OA


ROAM™ OA is a semi-rigid, single-upright knee brace designed to improve mobility and provide relief by unloading the pressure of moderate to severe unicompartmental osteoarthritis or other knee pain.


ROAM boasts a number of features that make it comfortable, effective, and easy to use, including patented Mag-Align clips, BOA® adjustment dials, “set and forget” technology, and comfort straps with a condyle harness.


“2024 is going to be an exciting year for DonJoy and OA knee bracing,” said International Product Manager Erich Scheepers. “ROAM OA is just the beginning, and we can’t wait to see the difference this new addition to our OA Continuum of Care makes to prescribers and their patients.”


Learn more about ROAM OA!


Powering Motion

We believe in Powering Motion™ - The company’s philosophy “to get and keep people moving” - is based on the idea that activity is the key to living a healthier lifestyle, better treatment outcomes, and improved healthcare economics for all. We do this by delivering a complete Orthopedic Continuum of Care from performance and mobility to surgical intervention and post-operative rehabilitation.